Arizona Archaeological Council

GRIC: 14-1934 +Cultural Resources Project Manager

03/26/2014 11:12 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
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Job Title: Cultural Resources Project Manager
Closing Date: 04/03/2014
Job Number: 14-1934
Job Type: Regular Full Time
Department: Cultural Resources Mgmt Prog
City: Sacaton
Location: Land & Water Complex
Area of Interest: Anthropology
Salary Type: Base Pay for Career Center
Salary/ Hourly Rate: $60,144 Salary
Tribal Driving Permit Required: Yes

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:
The Cultural Resources Project Manager functions as a manager for archaeological field research projects and coordinates and supervises all activities of field personnel for the Cultural Resources Management Program of the Gila River Indian Community. General supervision is provided by the Director.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Assist the Director in all aspects of developing, directing, and administering the activities of the Cultural Resource Management Program.
Assign, supervise, and evaluate the activities of all field personnel.
Assist the Director in developing and preparing proposals and research designs; write/prepare reports and artifacts for publication to summarize results of research.
Assist Director in hiring program staff.
Ensure training in archeological field techniques is provided to field staff.
Attend trainings and meetings and represent the Cultural Resource Management Program and cultural interest of the Gila River Indian Community.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:
Demonstrated extensive knowledge of the archaeology of the southwestern United States.
Knowledge of Native American culture.
Extensive knowledge of equipment and techniques used in archaeological fieldwork.
Ability to prepare reports that summarize the results of archaeologist surveys and excavation projects.
Ability to design, implement and manage large scale archaeological projects.
Ability to supervise field staff effectively.
Demonstrate exceptional technical writing skills and ability to complete technical reports timely.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community
Officials and the general public.
Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Masters degree from an accredited college or university in Archaeology, or Anthropology or a closely related field and a minimum of five (5) years of progressive responsible experience in Archaeology and/or Cultural Resources Management; and which includes two (2) years of supervisory fieldwork, report completion and scheduling of projects related to cultural resources. Ph.D preferred.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Required to qualify for a Tribal Driving permit. Valid state driver's license with a current proof of driving record for the past 39 months will be required to qualify for a tribal driving permit. Proof of driving record must be submitted with application.

Supervisory, Salaried Position
Reports to Director or designee
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